Re: ITP: squeak-vm, squeak-image, squeak-sources -- A highly portable Smaltalk system
>> Merely Official Govt Documents and Laws, or literally any private contract
>> between individuals?
> The latter.
Actually every official documents from the federal governments are
supposed to be in French too, and generally they are.
>> I would be surprised if the Canadian's regulated the language of private
> You don't need an apostrophe here.
>> communications between private individuals.
> However, it is the province of Quebec, only, that regulates language.
> Believe it or not, if you have a bilingual sign, the French lettering
> much be physically larger than that of the other language.
So what. Don't you think it would cause a revolution in English Canada
if the English lettering was smaller than the other languages ?
The province of Québec is French. Officially, it is even
unilingual, but most of it citizens have do be bilingual if they want
to have a job. Does it seem acceptable to you?
> est-ce qu'on dit "petty" en francais?)
No idea, I don't remember the meaning of that word. But as far as I
remember it is not a good word, so I won't bother translating it.